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this is source code.I want to study it.but I think maybe there is better engine or source code.alternativly ogre is good. so which I should study? I am lost. or anyone give me better code to study?

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why is it whenever i see a post from derek7, i always smile at the mere thought of "What will he ask today?"

the validity of his (plethora of) inquries is second only to his mastery of the English language.

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why is it whenever i see a post from derek7, i always smile at the mere thought of "What will he ask today?"

the validity of his (plethora of) inquries is second only to his mastery of the English language.


Now now, no need to trash anyone's English skills. The world is a mighty big place, and not everyone speaks perfect English.
One might question your capitalization and sentance structure skills though.

Judge not, lest you be judged.

[Edited by - pragma Fury on June 7, 2005 1:34:30 PM]

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There is some links to source code on this site. I would say Quake but it might be a bit hard since there is so many different files because of project size. But it couldn't hurt. Read anybodys source code whenever you get a chance. It WILL make you a better programmer. Enjoy.

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